Let me start by saying that I enjoyed the previous posts and that there is so much to agree with in them. Now I'l give my $.02
To me, the "R/T badge" to Dodge has the same meaning as the "SS Badge" to Chevrolet. And I mean that in regards to the muscle cars of the 60's & 70's. I looked at it as the car had a sportier look, powerful engines, nicer optional upgrades, and those emblems were def "Status Symbols". Saying: "i got a 383 Challenger R/T" sounds better than saying "I got a 383 Challenger." Same goes for Chevy. I'd rather say that I had an "Impala SS" than just an "impala" Same for a Camaro, sounds better saying "Camaro SS" then "Camaro"
I mean that's just my opinion. But, hey we're all entitled to them!!!
And by no means is that knockin anyone that has/had a non R/T. Either way it's agreat thing! it's just the R/T is changing the "period" at the end of a sentence to an "exclamation point"
'09 Challenger R/T Hemi Orange
'07 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT Gray
SPT Intake & SPT Cat back, 5 Speed
'04 Pontiac Bonneville GXP White Diamond
Fully Stock(not many mods avail lol)
'79 Trans Am 6.6 Litre Black/Gold bird kit
Last edited by nymoparboy; 04-02-2009 at 02:51 PM.